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"Fast Fix": A presidential popularity contest

Former President Bill Clinton is in the midst of (another) political renaissance at the moment.

He is a much-sought-after presence on the campaign trail -- he's in Florida today stumping for Rep. Kendrick Meek's (D) Senate bid -- and national polling shows roughly two-thirds of the public see him in a favorable light.

Those numbers eclipse every other national Democratic politician -- including President Barack Obama.

So, why is the ex-president a hotter campaign commodity than the current occupant of the White House? We tackle that question in today's "Fast Fix" video.

Remember to check out all of our daily "Fast Fix" videos here. And, if you have a topic you'd like us to tackle in "Fast Fix", email chris.cillizza@wpost.com.

By Chris Cillizza  | October 20, 2010; 12:00 PM ET
Categories:  Fast Fix  
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